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Problem with append using DBGrid

Posted on 1998-06-22
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I have a popup menu associated to the DBGrid. When I choose Add item from the menu (righ-clicking on the DBGrib), the append method do not work correctly. If I used the same code but called from a button click, all is fine.

My code:
    SelfSource.DataSet.Append;
    DBEdtNom.Setfocus;
    btnAdd.Enabled := true;

Don<t understand why it don't at one place and not from the other????
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Question by:pjroy
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by:Matvey
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Hmmm, please, if it's not so hard, send me the sources to bosism@netvision.net.il
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by:Jacco
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Tried it and it works fine here...
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by:pjroy
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To Matvey:

I sent you a mail with my source!
Thanks a lot
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Matvey earned 10 total points
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Seen the project, and for anybody elese interested:

The problem is in the sequence of the commands.

Now you have these lines of code:

  SelfSource.DataSet.Append;
  DBEdtNom.Setfocus;
  btnAdd.Enabled := true;

Just exchange the two first lines:

  DBEdtNom.Setfocus;
  SelfSource.DataSet.Append;
  btnAdd.Enabled := true;

Cheers everybody
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